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TIIK REK: OMAHA. WKPXKSDAY. .TAN'TWItY R
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETS.
Annual Session of Organization Be
fins with Meeting of the '
REQUESTS FIRE PROTECTION
(F"rom a Ntnfr Correspondent.)
MNCOT-N, Neb., Jan. 12. (8.ocll T1
CRrm.) The- Nebraska Statn Historical
society began Its annual session hrr thl
nftornoon. Winning with a short session
of the territorial pioneer.' letter In the
afternoon the executive committee of
the, historical society held a session, dis
posing of routine mntlers." The regular
meeting will begin tomorrow. A musical
program w given this evening.
Want Fire Protection.
In a special megsaae to the house thl"
afternoon Governor Morehcad called at
tention to the danger from fire that the
$10,000,000 In securities were exposed to In
the office of the auditor and the state
treasurer, and asked that steps be taken
for securing a better place. In accord
with the executive's wishes, a commit
tee composed of fllchuiond. Trumble and
Peterson was appointed to confer with
State Treasurer Jlall on the matter. .
NEMAHA COUNTY MAN
WILL RETURN TO GERMANY
ATJBTTRN, N'eb., Jan. 12. (Special. )
John Krlenhop of Nemaka county is
making arrangement for securing pass
ports and other necessary paper to re
turn to his native land. Clermany. He
haa three brothers serving In the Uermni
army and a sister who has been very
sick and lie la going over to look after
the aistei's welfave. Krelenhop became a
eltlien of the Vnlted State In 1!"00. Ho
made a trip to Germany Jn 1907. Having
come to this country when he was 18
years of ago and being now a citizen of
this country he will not be subject to
military duty, but nevertheless runs con
siderable risk of Inconvenience and
trouble of one kind or another In gol.'f
to Germany at this tijne. ,Tho work of
securing the necessary papers to make
the trip requires a great amount of red
tape. His application for passports,
which were filed with the clerk of tho
district court of Nemaha county had to
be accompanied by two photographs- of
the applicant One of these will be at
tached to the rAssport which will be Is
sued to him.
TO DRAW BILLS FREE
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.; Jan. 12.-(SpeelaI Tel
egram. V-Members of the legislature who
object to paying the reference bureau to
for drawing up bills, as provided In a
resolution passed at the last -session,
scored this afternoon when by an almost
unanimous vote they declared the rule of
1913 would not stand.
The rule was passed two years ago In
the belief that it would tend to keep
down the large number of bills which,
under the free-for-a.il conditions, made
the bill-drawing proposition easy for the
member who had not the time or In
clination to draw his own bills w'hen
somebody else would draw them up for
nothing. ' - "
MAN CRAWLS A MILE
WITH HIS HIP DISLOCATED
TECITWSE1I. Neb., Jan. 12. (Special.)
Fred Sperry, who Uvea twelve miles
northeast of Falls City, was walking to
his homo from a neighbor's one night
raeently when no fell on the slippery
toad and dislocated his left hip. As the
hour was late and there were no passers-by,
Mr. , Sperry was obliged to crawl
for nearly a roilo before he reached a
farm house and secured help.
Three Maple ton Deaths. .
STAPMSTTON. Neb., Jan. 12. (Special.)
Mrs. J. H. Davis died at a hospital in
North Platte January 7. She was welt
known evtHrLogan and McPheraon coun
ties. She came here about six years ago
and took a homestead. She taught school
up to the time of her Illness.
R. V. Shidler died at the family home
at Shidler, Neb., after a lingering illness.
Jle was well known over a large part
wi hub vuuiurjr. rio was an expert me
chanic at making raxors and cutlery by
hand. He came here about two years
ago from Cozad, Neb.
Ellas P. Lutes,' an old-time, -resident of
Thomas county, died at his home of pneu
monia. He leavea a large -number of
relatives and many friends. He came
' here in 1911 from Missouri and home
steaded land. He was an active member
of the Methodist church. -
Cass Coast? Mortgage Record.
PLATTSMOUTH, aNeb.; Jan.. 12.-Spe.
claD Records for the year from the of
fice of the register of deeds in this
county show the following facts regard
I aim mortgagee filed jn!P,PVS
Farm mortgages released .- 622,417
City mortgages filed 140.1S5
City mortgages released M.031
In comparison with a neighboring (Ne
maha) county this Is noted. The telative
number of farm mortgages released in
this c6unty Is much the greater. In
Nemaha, those filed amounted to piZ,KS2
and. those released only 3,03,
Baarrtor Kirrura't Banquet.
SUPERIOR. . Neb.. Jan. i:.-(Hpeclal
Telegram.) Superior firemen gave a big
banqut last night. . Most of the city offi
cials were entertained. Before the ban
quet about twenty who had Joined the
last year were initiated and helped make
electric couplings to the amusement of
the largV number present. ' The depart
ment will have a large delegation for
the annual convention at Nebraska City
Postmaster Keller l.rim ill. paver.
REPUBLICAN CITY. Neb.. Jan. 12
( Special.) Mr. Thomas Kelley. post
master and editor of tnc Hurlln County
Ranger, leased the paper last week to B.
C. Miller of Marion. an experienced
and capable newspaper man. ,
Mr. Kelley has given this section an
excellent paper for the last several years,
but on account of his duties In the post
offlo he was obllgei to give It up.
Atteatsla to Eud Life. .
FREMONT. Neb.. Jan. lt.-(8peclal.)-Merle
Cotterel, time keeper for a force
of woodcutters on Fremont island, shot
himself In the leil temple Sunday evening
and his recovery Is doubtful. Indications
point strongly to suicide. .
kf It Ilaasly fmr HbraBBSvSlssa.
Don't suffer and try to wear out your
rheumatism. Moans Mnment goes right
to the spot, kills the fcsln. Ku. All drug
. ' -
QUINBY would change
TREATMENT CF. WITNESS
i From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN. Neb., Jan. !!-8peelal.
tenate file No. ll as Introduced by Sen
ator Vfulnby, provides that a witness In
court shall not be compelled to answer
simply "Yea" or "No." If he shall ex
plain to the rourt that to c'o so would
be not to tell tho who'e trvth. Moreover,
In such a case he slinll be allowed to
slate the facts as In knows them.
Senator Qulnliy'q b II also provides that
any criticism of the court not delivered
In the presence of the court, be It written,
printed or oral, shall not constitute eon
.LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE PROBW
Regan and Anderson Introduce Reso
lution in House to Investi
ASK ATTORNEY GENERAL TO AID
(From i stiff Corrcsonde,nt.I .
I.IM'OI.X, .laiv 12. --(Special Telegram.)
Invonl.-ntluns Ivive It gun anti the
first to revolve attention by the legis
lature Is 'the oiitli Oir.shn, Live Stock
The move was made by Kc;reseiita(lves
Hog.m of I'latte and Anderson of Moyd.
The resolution proMcs for a committee
ot five members to iitcstlgatc tho 'or-'
g:in!i:at'on. conduct and doings ' of the
live ttock exchange aid requests that
the attorney general aid the committee.
Should It bo found that the concerns
named have violated the law the attorney
general is requested lo bring prosecu
tions against them.
The resolution recites that the ex
change has adopted rules flxir.g the
charges to be made by Its members for
handling live stock and providing a
penalty to be inflicted on any member
who charges less.
The resolution was referred to the com
mittee on live stock, with instructions to
report in three days. '
MEASURE FOR VASECTOMY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 12. (Special.) The
sterilization bill Introduced by Senatsr
Sliumway of Wakefield provides a board
of two physicians, to be appointed by the
board of control for four year terms
and to serve at a per diem pay of $10
for actual services.
A'ny defective or criminal upon whom
an operation is to be performed for tho
prevention of possible procreation of the
kind Is to be given a hearing before this
board and is to have counsel provided
for him by appointment of the judge of
the county or district in which the In
stitution of which the patient Is a' mem
ber Is located. The order of the board
upon fhe hearing Is subject to review
by. any similar district or county Judge.
The act heavily penalises any person
Performing such an operation except as
authorised. The operation of the law is
confined to such criminals as have been
convicted of the crime of criminal as
sault, . "or of such ; succession of of
fenses against tho criminal law as In
the opinion of the board shall be deemed
to be. sufficient evidence ot confirmed
criminal tendencies." ' . , -
' I j Xfm Untrm of Hastings.
HASTINGS, Neb., Jan. 12.-Speclal
Telegram.) A. M. Clark, druggist and
old resident, today announced his can
didacy for mayor,-making the 'fourth to
enter tho race. In which C. O. Ingraham
1h seeking re-election.
I-ocal committees today began prepara
tions for the annual state convention of
the Jewelers and opticians of Nebraska,
who will meet here February 16 and 17
for the first time outside of Lincoln or
Omaha. A theater party for all the vis
itors on the night of the opening day was
arranged for fbday.
The high school was closed for fumiga
tion today following the discovery that
one of the teachers had smallpox. All
classes' will be resumed tomorrow, the
school medical insixictor reporting that
the case had not developed far enough
for contagion. A pupil In another build
ing was quarantined for the same dis
ease st his home yesterday.
C. B. Tanner, and Company, florists,
today brought suit against the Union Pa
cific and Hastings and Northwestern rail
roads, rlsiming 10,000 dsmagea by reason
of the building of the, latter road con
tiguous to their property.
Come ip Wednesday and
Drapery Needs for Spring Now.
Orchard & Wilhelm's
Inportl Hcrim, two yards wide,
regular prirr 91.05, yard
Curtain Yard Goods
12c, 25c, 59c, 95c
NeU, scrims, voiles. Swisses, mads-as, etc., that sell
Tesularly up to 60c, 80c, $1.60 and
Portieres,' Over Curtains, Edgings, I'pboNtering and 1'ortiere Materials Greatly
Our January Sale of
of All Kinds for
Rug Bargain. 0 -
Many fine rugs in various B MMtJTmlrmM T Ji
sites and grades at big
On Kwond Floor.
NAME HOUSE COMMITTEES
Lower Body of legislature Makes
Session Complete Democratic
WHAT DOUGLAS MEN SECURE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, jMn. 12. --(Special .) Tho j
house committee on committee, "took 'em I
-11 V ..,.-! .ki... . . . !
republic ails w hatever and the democrats
will be boss In all committees by a good
Chairmanships go to lo glae count)' i
members as follows: Richmond gets the
cities and towns; lluwaid. labor; and
On assignments of committees . Bnrret
goes on the committee on cities and towns
and corporations. Tturgessi on clllca and
towns and corporations. Chambers on
banks and banking, Uruesedow on cltl-s
and towns, Howard on fees and salaries.
Hunter on Judiciary engrossed bills and
education, Larson on claims and defi
ciencies, iAindgren .n fis.li culture and
game and Insurance, Miner on claims and
deflclenclfs and medical soilctlea, Negley
on constitutional 'amendments and rail
roads, Ialmer on Judiciary, Richmond on
revenue and taxation.
Following Is the assignment, which,
however, may be changed slightly:
Accounts nnd Expenditures l'atteron,
chiiiriniin; Ulauscr. . THinrts, Conh ,
Agriculture Van Peui-en. ctia'j-mAn;
Matteson, Misuser, Dim, Stevenson. Fos
ter, Ruilislll. . unman, Ward, Cox, Cham
Ranks and Hanking Flmelund. chair
man; Slevers. Hornby, Matteson, ' Reifen
ralh, Kime, Stelnmeyer, Cox, Chambers
Cities and Towns Richmond, chairman:
Renter, Snyder, Rrooine, I .a Hountv,
Smith. Drucsedow. Burgess. Hutton. Nel
Claims and neflclencles-Frles. chair
man; Kauffmani Van Detisen. Rudlslll,
Howarth, Meysenhurg, Urr, Miner, l.ar
ten, Ainlav. Hostetlcr.
Constitutional Amendments l.anlgnn,
chairman; Negley? Tlbhets, Kaulfmon,
Mockctt, Anderson (Phelps), Fults.
Corporations Snydert chairman; Regan,
Howarth, Sorenson, Stevenson. Harrett,
Liggett., BMrgesn, Mears.
Kiliicatton Scott, chairman: F.lmelund.
F.vans, Ksuffman, 1 loffmelster. Hunter,
Clay burn, Ebermiut, Liggett, Bates, Steb
bins. Kroployes Taylor. chairman; Scott,
Kngroseed and F.nrolled Bills Naylor,
chairman; Hunter. Rates.
Fees and l-alarlea Slevers, chairman;
Keifenrath. Howard, Kudistll. Fults, Nel
Finance. Waysi and Means Norton,
chairman; Green wait. Korff. Osterrnan,
Rieschlrk, Fuller, Nutzman, Reynolds
tiled Willow), Stearns, Moseley, Hoff
melster. Fish Culture and Oame Evans, chair
man; Hynek, Sass, Koch, Lundgren.
Insurance Orr, chairman; Ijinlgan,
Gormley. Keifenrath, Howarth, Trumble,
Lundgren, Cronln, Woodhurst.
Irrigation. Drainage and AVater Power
Tibhets, chairman; Klme, Fries, Slevers,
Hvnek, Neff, Horensen, Mookett, Steln
meyer, Anderson (Fhelps), Reynolds tLin
coln). Judiciary Parriott, chairman; Lanlgan,
Hunter. Taylor, Patterson, Rlauser, Neg
ley, Hoatetler, Peterson, Palmer, Nichols.
Labor Howard. chairman; Regan,
Barker, Oreenwalt, Jeary, Palmer, 1-ar-sen.
Uve Stock and Graislng Dau, chairman;
Fok, Gormley, Greenwalt. Parkinson,
Relsner, Reynolds of Lincoln.
Manufactures. Rtall and Commerce
Router, chairman; Hornby, Neff, Cham-,
bers of Douglas. Druesdow.
Medical Societies Meredith, chairman;
Evans. LaBounty. Harris, Minor,
Miscellaneous Subjects Korff. chair
man; Scott. Llndaey. Matteson, Foster.
Hornby, Crinklaw, Conley, Parkinson,
" Privileges and Elections &mlth, chair
man; Hroome, Reuter, Naylor, Dalbcy,
Railroads Regan, chairman; Slndelar,
Barker. Rleschick. Negley, Anderson of
Bovd. Eberman, Nichols. Seudder.
Revenue and Taxation Osterrnan,
chairman: Slndelar. Dau, Trumble. Elme
lund. Richmond, Broome, Cronln, Hutton.
Anderson of rhelps, Reynolds of Lin
coln. ' : .
Roads and Bridges Defoe chairman;
Anderson of Bovd. Barker. Sass, Fox,
Claybum. Meysenhurg. Dalbey, Cham
bers of Thurston. Brandt, Alnley.
Rules and Resolutions Jackson, chair
man; Norton, Parriott. Mookett, Cronln.
School Lands and Funds Anderson of
Boyd, chairman; ILndsey, Crinklaw,
Hvnek. Reynolds of Red Willow, Brant,
Stiite Institutions Fuller. . chairman:
tiindsor'. Foster. Dafce, Smith, Fox, Mer
tdl'h, Jeary, Ward. Harris. Mears.
Telephone. Telegraph and Electric
Comoenles Trumble. chairman: 7 m
Bountv. Crinklaw, Sorensen. Koch, Neff,
Druesdow, Bates, Stebblns
C. J. Stephens.
SEWARD, Neb!, Jan. 12. (Special Tel
egram.) C. 3. Stephens, a well known
farmer of Seward county, was found
dead by the side of the road Monday
evening between his home and the-town
of Goehner. He was driving one horse
to a light buggy, and from appearances
it Is thought the horse accidentally
tret your share of the savintrs
Offers genuine and large reductions oh' Drapery materials
af all kinds Lace Curtains,. Curtain Yard Goods, Portieres,
Cretonnes, Over Curtains, Edgings, Remnants, etc. These
goods are not soeonds or second-rate in any particular but
njeasure up to our Standard of quality. l'Hirthermore they
are up-to-date and are the kind. you would be likely to buy
and pay regular prices for two months later.
Come in You can judge very quickly by. looking if
it's worth while for you to buy. -
An 8.V Imported English China, hand- nr
some pattern; sale price, per yard. ... mOC
Cretonnes Yard 1 7c, 25c, 59c, 95c
A big assortment with many exceptional values, representing goods
that sold up to 60c, 86c, $1.00 and (1.60.
Itrmitaots of Yard Goods, each, 5c,10r, S&e, 7.V, that are real
tluny Laro Curtains bet Imported net
and real lace, rey. $M.U5 sale prirr, pair
$2. B0 per yard.
o.uu, to. so, it.
FURNITURE Offers Big Savings on Articles
the Dining Room, Library and Bedroom
- l 1 P 1U!11 J. 0
stepped over an embankment, causing
the rig to fall on Stephens In such a way
as to break his neck. He was aboutM
years of age and married.
HOLD RABBIT BANQUET
FI LLEUTON. Neb.. Jan. 13.-1 Special.)
Fullerton Eagles Installed officers lsst
night and added to their membership roll.
A banutiet was given, 1M baked rabbits
Nearly the entire membership turned
out from Spauldlng, Belgrade. Genoa and
Fullerton, making It the largest fraternal
affair that has ever ppcuiTed In Fullerton. i
This aerie, oeing just, a nine oer iw
years old. Is now making arrangements
for the erection of a new and modern
The following new officers were In
stalled: Samuel B. Richmond, worthy presld1"" :
Arthur t.. Ieard. worthy vice president;
Ed Knspp. worthv chaplain: A". J. Van
I.eer. worthy secretary; Clyde Reynolds,
worthr treasurer: Aubrey Edglngton, In
side guard; August Wetoevlck, outside
guard; Hugo Ienkman. trustee.
In Pierre Planned
PIERRE. S. D.. Jen. 12. 8pecial Tel
egram.) Construction of a governor's
mansion In this city Is the final object
of a resolution which was Introduced In
the house by Wlthee this afternoon, call
ing for the appointment of a joint com
mittee with senate representatives to
take first steps toward selecting a site
In tl.ls city for such a building. The rlan
Is td get the measure under way as this
session to be completed at future ses
sions. There is complaint that clerks who are
not residents of the state are being given
official appointments and this called out
a resolution by Courtney, requiring the
srfitker to swear all appointees' as to
their actual residence for tho last six
months and that no clerk be employed
who cannot show a residence In the state
for that length of tlma.
The special election committee reported
this afternoon In the Molltor-Donahoo
case recommending that Donahoe, demo
cratic sitting, member, la entitled to re
tain the seat as a member from the
Tripp, Mellette and Bennett county dis
trict, the report rolng over until to
morrow. Birch In the houao this afternoon made
a start toward an Investigation of the
charge that state affairs are extrava
gantly conducted, asking for the appoint
ment of a joint committee to Investigate
and report upon the complains of
extravagantly conducted, asking for the
appointment of a joint committee to In
vestigate and report upon the complaints
That Good Friday should bo added to
the list of legal holidays In this stata la
the opinion of Representative Mathaeson,
who has started a bill in the house to
secure that end. In the senate Whltter
Introduced the bankers' - guaranty act
without the amendments added to It by
the governor and the guaranty Issue la
one which will bo amply discussed.
First Eviction in
) Ohio Coal Strike
WHEELING, W. Va.. Jan. U.-The first
eviction notices In the long drawn out
East Ohio coal strike were served today
on eight miners residing at Ramssy, O.
The men are striking employes of the
Koby Coal company and refused to re
turn to work when an opportunity was
offered the - strikers to take their old
places. The Roby mines 8 re being cleaned
up preparatory to their operation on the
open shop basts.- Danlei. J. Koefa and
Hywell Psvles, the ' federal conoillstors,
arrived here today and will hold their
Pure Rich Blood
Bad Mood Is responsible for more ail
ments than anything else. It cause
catarrh. fSrTyspepsIs,.' rheumatism, weak,
tired, languid feelings and worse troubles.
Hood's Sarsaparllla hss been wonder
fully successful In purifying and enrich
ing the Mood, removing scrofula and
other humors, and budding up the whole
system. Take It-gW It to all th family,
so a to avoid Ulnesa Oet It today. Ad
vertisement. to be trained by buying your
Lace Curtain Bargains
49c, 89c, $1.39, $2.35, $3.95 and More
These ar big values and the qualities are ex
cellent; they sell regularly up to $2.50, $2.76,
a per pair.
linPllTI 1 Tl
NO STATE STAMPS IN THEIRS
Many of Members Kate to Send Out
Letters at Own Expense and
BUT EFFORTS COME TO NAUGHT
What Itoyd XV (raid I.Ike.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. U-(Speclal.)-Many of
the house members are dissatisfied be
cause they can not send out letter at
state expense and another attempt was
made this morning to put across a stamp
act. Hostettler of Buffalo sent up a
motion that each member be allowed 10
cents In stamps a day. Moekett of Lan
caster raised the point of order that the
stamp proposition had been tabled yea
terday nnd that the only way to get at
It was to pull It off of the table. The
speaker sustained the republican floor
leader contention and for the present
members can pay their own postage or
write no letters home.
Wfcat n M al4 I.Ike.
Andersen of Boyd would like to have all
road bills submitted to the house com
mittee before tljcy are Introduced In the
blouse, but his proposition met with such
oroprttlon that the matter waa put over.
When the house aljourned at noon It
took a recess until S:) o'clock out of
respect of the memory of Luther P. Lud
den, whose funeral was held during the
time of the Intermission.
When Representative I loffmelster of
Chase county Introduced a hill compell
Of Now Discontinued styles and used Pianos and Player
Pianos of nation-wide reputation at exceptional bargain
prices and liberal terms of payment within reach of all.
Never in our 56 jean in the piano btxslneu were there nob remarkable rahree in ex
changed piano and player piano on our floors. , Many of thee burtnxmenta were received by
us during' the holiday! in exchange on New 8teinway 6 Bona, Weber, Hardmas, Steger & Son,
Emerson, McPhail, Lindeman & 8oni and Schmoller A 13 nailer pianos. They eome from the
beet homes. Many are like new. If yon want a piano, hero im a ran opportunity to secure the
make you nave in mind at a genuine bergsin price.
$275 Bcfc rimer, apriglit
$300 Kimball, upright .
5250 Boston, upright
300 Schmoller Mueller, Upright
$500 Chick eiing 4. Bona, upright ...
$400 Steger A Bourn, upright
$750 StelDway Son, upright
$376 Mueller, upright
$5 sends one of these
New Upright Pianos, folly guar
anteed, sweet, lasting tone,
Headquarters for Vtetrolag
Is drawing hundreds of new members .each day." Books will be kept open all this r
week to all those who care to join. The most popular and safest way to save money
for next Christmas, or for any , other purpose, such as insurance, taxes, etc. The
ideal "never-miss-the-money" plan to accumulate. Out-of-town people can join, too.
Write for full particulars.
Here Is What You Can Do
Open An Account With
And par like this:
First week .... 2c
Second week . . 4c
Third week . . . 6c4
Fourth week . . 8c
And so on for forty
Or, If you wish, you may pay tie tha first wek,
and two cenla loss aach week. This "Kevsrss" plan
alvss you a llttls mors lntersst.
All Deposits In thl Dink are Pro
tected by the Depositors' Guaran
tee Fund of the Bute of Nebraska.
ing railroad companies to build tracks on
their rights-of-way. or forfeit the owner
ship thereof, he had In mind the Bur-,
llngton railroad's failure to construet an
extension from Imperial to Holyoke,
Colo., which residents of Chase county
have been trying to get done. But the
bill will hit other companies as well as
The Omaha, Lincoln Beatrice Inter
urban has an unoccupied right-of-way
between Lincoln and Omaha, which has
been graded In places, but the only
trackage laid Is from Lincoln to Uni
versity Place and Bethany. Under the
Hoffmelster bill It would be required to
complete the line or give up the rlght-of-
Representatives of the Union Pacific
railroad are wondering whether the bill
would operate adversely to that com
pany In regard to Its right-of-way where
the width Is SW to feet. They are ap
prehensive that It might be construed as
requiting additional track's to be built
la order that the road could hold Its right-of-way
In excess ot 100 feet.
UTAH HOUSE DIVIDED;
. ORGANIZATION DELAYED
RALT LA KIT. CITY, Jan. U.-Tha
twenty-three democratic, progressive and
socialist members of Utah's lower house,
who yesterday took the osth of office
before the county clerk and organised
during the absence of tho republican
members, met this forenoon and ad
journed until tomorrow. The twenty-three;
republican members hsve been In con
ference with the governor and attorney
general and will meet this afternoon. Both
sides had guards stationed In the hall of
representatives throughout the night to
prevent, locking the door. Formal pro
test was filed today against permitting
"Warnio.lt, republican of Utah county, to
serve on the ground thst he la disquali
YOUR PIANO WOW
$SM natMll. iwttM
$S00 Davis A Sob,
$150 Fteencr. upright
$800 A.. B. Chaae.
$600 dough ss Warran Player Piano . ,
$000 Sehmoller S Mueller Player Piano
$700 Sturvemut Psaaote Piano
pirns to year bene t?ii& Free Stool and Scarf
New Player Pianos fully equip
ped with exclusive devices for
At the close of the
Club, on Dec. 11, you
Phi 8 Interest. ,
And pay like this:
First week. .... 6c
Second week ...10c
Third week.... 16c
Fourth week... 20c
And o on for forty
Or, If you wish
11.45 ths first
teiisin-AiieFksii State la
Corner 16th and Farnam
(Entrance a Farnaui Street.) '
fied through having served In the Idaho
legislature two ' years ago. The senate
met at boon and adlourned for the day,
as It cannot transact business until tli"
house hss beem organized.
Feds Slaw ninety..
Msnsger Tinker of Chicago slr;.t n
new catcher named Christ Emery, wh"i
home Is In Valparaiso. Ind. He Is '2
years old. six feet tall and Weighs lv"i
pounds. He caught for the Austin. Minn.,
team last year and one of Tinker's ecouU
highly recommends him. Emery says he
haa a record of 10 3-& for a hundred-yard
I Gm Work Now
Of tho Head
Dono Mc a
"l recommend Peruna to all uf
ferers of catarrh. I am really
surprised at the work I can do.
I never felt better than since I
took Teruna for. catarrh of tho
head and throat. I was unable to
work. Four bottles of Peruna did
wonders for me,"-Mrs. W. H.
Hlnchliffe. 28 Myrtle St., Beverly,
Those who object to liquid medi
cine can now proour Psruna Tab
uprtgM ... .....
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control, up from
131143 Farn&m Street
An Account With
At the close of the
Club, on Dec. 11, you
Plus 8 Interest.
you may rsvsrse tha plan ana pay
wsek and rtvs ctnts least each
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